The operations and technology management specialization in the Wisconsin MBA Program is designed to provide a broad range of technical and management courses, along with extensive hands-on learning experiences to prepare MBA students for leadership roles in any business. Students study core MBA courses in operations management, finance, marketing, and team management. These management tenets provide the foundation for detailed classes in strategic modeling, design, and a host of electives in entrepreneurship, supply chain, and e-business.
On-campus talks by industry leaders, on-site company visits, and mentor relationships all provide opportunities to engage with high-level executives. Site visits provide a firsthand look at applications of new technology and management practices. Through these applied learning experiences, students prepare for accelerated careers in operations/technology strategy and implementation.
Customize Your MBA with Flexible Options
The Wisconsin MBA Program in operations and technology management offers five informal tracks: Healthcare Management, Entrepreneurial Management, Business Analytics, Technology Product Management, and Production Systems Management. Each track incorporates corresponding electives to provide a cross-functional MBA experience and give you a strong career advantage.
You can also focus on an area of interest to you by pursuing one or more graduate-level certificates in topics such as business analytics, entrepreneurship, strategic innovation, and sustainability.